Shahid Kapoor did not actually star in any film when he was a kid. He in fact arrived on the Bollywood scene as a background dancer for movies like “Taal.”
This Bang Bang heartthrob made his debut in “Aap Ke Deewane” at age 6. Then, he made tid bit appearances in “Aas Paas” and “Bhagwan Dada” as a child actor.
Amir Khan enjoys evolving, not just in the kind of movies he picks up but also in the way he looks in those movies. Amir Khan is one of the most talented and creative actor in the Bollywood Industry.
Kunal Khemu made his debut as a child actor through TV serials and then appeared in movies such as “Sir,” “Zakhm,” “Hum Hain Rahi Pyaar Ke.” He too likeb most child stars couldn’t make it big in Bollywood.
Akshya Kumar is another well known and talented actor. From a hunky but gawky action hero raring to go to a suave, self-aware live wire comfortable with ageing, Akshay Kumar’s transformation is impressive.
Hits or flops, Bobby Deol’s smooth Italian looks, dimpled smile and curly locks made him an instant hit with the teenyboppers. It’s hard to imagine, but that’s really him under that heavily bearded, grungy avatar that he adopted until recently.
When SRK started working in films, his mop of hair was all over the place and his build was comparatively rounder. The present-day SRK is lean, muscular and smoldering in facial hair.
Actor, producer and politician, known for his work in Hindi Chinema Dutt, son of film actors Sunil Dutt and Nargis Dutt, made his acting debut in 1981. He may no longer be the clueless ‘Baba’ who debuted in Rocky but the droopy-eyed Dutt hasn’t lost all his deadliness.
Unlike Anil Kapoor, his consciously fit colleague and co-star of superhits like Parinda and Ram Lakhan, Jackie Shroff’s lack of discipline in his lifestyle shows on his face.